Thracian helmet made after a piece found in Pompeï, with a gryphon head on the crest. The eye protection tells us it's a piece from the beginning of the first century A.D. Made in brass.
This gladiatorial helmet belongs to the middle of the first century A.D., a transitional model between the helmets with round holes for the eyes and the models with the completelly grilled frontal from the second half of the century. It has some innovations like the big curved collar that protects the neck. Made in iron with brass decorations.
This is one of the most famous gladiatorial helmets. The holes for the eyes had developed in a big grill that opens a bigger field of view to the fighter. The protective collar holds strongly the helmet to the head. This helmet is dated from the second half of the first century A.D. Made in brass.
Secutor helmet made in steel. This helmet is designed to fight againts the retiarius, and it has all the volumes rounded to escape from the net (RETE). First century A.C.